Molong's broad main street and restored buildings are National Trust listed ensuring the town’s rich history stays alive.
Molong is a small town in the Central West region about 300 km from Sydney. It is 37 km (half an hour drive) from the regional centre, Orange.
Rich in history, Molong was originally a police and military outpost, then nearby Copper Hill became the site of Australia’s first copper mine.
The nearest airport is Orange Regional Airport (35 km from Molong), providing daily services to Sydney with Regional Express (REX) and flights to Brisbane with Fly Corporate.
The nearest train station is in Orange. NSW Train Link Regional coach services travel between Orange and Molong.
Molong Health Service is a small public hospital with less than 50 beds. It provides a range of services, including emergency, sub-acute and in-patient care, as well as residential and palliative care.
Molong has become a health hub which also services the nearby towns of Manildra, Cudal, Cumnock and Yeoval.
There is an Ambulance Service of NSW station in Molong staffed by full time paramedics and volunteers.